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Engels KO P.8

19OKOA
Week 1: 20 april Geen les i.v.m. training
Meivakantie
Week 2: 11 mei Uitleg
Week 3: 18 mei Voorbereiden presentatie
Week 4: 25 mei Voorbereiden presentatie
Week 5: 1 juni geen les i.v.m. studiemiddag = ZELFSTANDIG WERKEN!
Week 6: 8 juni Presentations
Week 7: 15 juni Presentations
Week 8: 22 juni geen les

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EngelsMBOStudiejaar 2

In deze les zitten 14 slides, met tekstslides en 1 video.

Onderdelen in deze les

19OKOA
Week 1: 20 april Geen les i.v.m. training
Meivakantie
Week 2: 11 mei Uitleg
Week 3: 18 mei Voorbereiden presentatie
Week 4: 25 mei Voorbereiden presentatie
Week 5: 1 juni geen les i.v.m. studiemiddag = ZELFSTANDIG WERKEN!
Week 6: 8 juni Presentations
Week 7: 15 juni Presentations
Week 8: 22 juni geen les

P-Week 4 vanaf 28 juni 2021

Slide 1 - Tekstslide

19OKOB
Week 1: 19 april
Meivakantie
Week 2: 10 mei
Week 3: 17 mei
Week 4: 24 mei 2e Pinksterdag (geen les)
Week 5: 31 mei
Week 6: 7 juni    Presentations
Week 7: 14 juni   Presentations
Week 8: 21 juni  Presentations
P-Week 4 vanaf 28 juni 2021

Slide 2 - Tekstslide

Examens
Schrijven A2 - zelf inschrijven ELO
Lezen & Luisteren A2 - zelf inschrijven ELO
Spreken & Gesprekken voeren A2 - p.9/10

Heb je je ingeschreven? Hou je de ELO in de gaten?
Heb je geoefend? Wat ga je nog oefenen? Ben je er klaar voor?
Welke vragen heb je?

Slide 3 - Tekstslide

If you were asked: ‘Tell me something about yourself and your education’, what things would you definitely want to mention?

Write down at least four things that you would want to say.

Slide 4 - Tekstslide

Education
Beroepsonderwijs: Vocational Education and Training (VET)
MBO (Middelbaar Beroepsonderwijs): Secondary Vocational Education and Training
ROC (Regionaal opleidingscentrum): Regional Education and Training Centre (VET college)
BBL (Beroepsbegeleidende leerweg): Block (or day) release pathway (work based training)
BOL (Beroepsopleidende leerweg): Vocational training pathway (school based training)
BPV (Beroepspraktijkvorming) / stage: on the job learning / internship
VMBO (Voorbereidend Middelbaar Beroepsonderwijs): Prevocational secondary education
HBO (Hoger Beroepsonderwijs): Higher professional education
Zorg en Welzijn: Health and Social Care
een opleiding volgen: receive education / undergo training
vak: subject

Slide 5 - Tekstslide

1. Toen ging ik door naar …

2. Ik heb gewerkt in een …

3. Ik heb een tweejarige cursus gevolgd in …

4. Momenteel studeer ik …

5. Ik ben net begonnen met een cursus …

6. Ik ben begonnen als …

7. Ik bofte dat ik kon werken als …
A. I worked at a …

B. I started as a …

C. Then I went on to do …

D. I was lucky enough to get a position as …

E. I did a one/two-year/month/week course on/in....

F. I’m currently studying …

G. I started doing a course on …

Slide 6 - Tekstslide

Can you fill in these words in her text?
behavioural – caring – challenging – everyday – equipment – physically –supervise – typical
Child care workers don’t just......................................... children.
They monitor children’s .....................................and social growth.
They also prepare materials and...............................for educational and recreational activities.
What does a ...................................day look like?
A child care worker talks to the parents to find out what the .......................................routines are.
So it’s all about developing them.............................................. emotionally, socially and looking after their everyday routines.
 .............................................behaviour can sometimes be hard to deal with, but there are strategies.
Characteristics of child care work: it’s lots of fun but you do need a genuine........................... side.

Slide 7 - Tekstslide

Slide 8 - Video

Skills
Now think about the job you want to do after you have finished your education. What will
be your tasks and responsibilities?

Slide 9 - Tekstslide

Which of these tasks of a child care worker do you like best? Why?
Bring problems to the attention of parents.
Ensure that children have enough physical activity.
Help children keep good hygiene.
Keep records.
Prepare meals.
Supervise and monitor the safety of children.
Watch for signs of problems.

Slide 10 - Tekstslide

What is the most exciting thing about working in childcare?
What do you like most about your job?
What is the most challenging part of your job?
What are your goals for the next year?
If you could switch your job with anyone else, whose job would you want?

Slide 11 - Tekstslide

Role Play
You’re at a party. A British exchange student comes up to you and introduces himself/herself. S/he wants to find out as much as possible about education and careers in the Netherlands. S/he asks you about the following subjects:

- where you go to school;
- what you study;
- what your favourite subjects are;
- what job you want to apply for after you have finished your education;
- in what kind of facility or sector you want to work (nursing home, child care, youth care, etc);
- why you’ve chosen an education in welfare and social care.

One of you is the foreign student who asks the questions. The other answers the questions at length and as fluently as possible. Switch roles after you have finished the conversation. The purpose of this exercise is to practise speaking about yourself, your education and plans for the future. Later on, as part of the Final Assignment, you are going to give a short speech about
yourself. Make sure you know all the correct words and expressions.

Slide 12 - Tekstslide

-Talk, don't read!
-5 min. (time yourself)
-Use a PPT (and/or cheat sheet) with only a few words and pictures
-Use your own language, so it comes naturally
-Prepare, practice (practise) and try to relax 

Slide 13 - Tekstslide

Slide 14 - Tekstslide